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The Lit Lounge Tour Is Coming To A City Near You!

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September 24-26, 2021 – The Lit Lounge Tour is set to kick off this weekend in Jacksonville, FL. In previous years, the tour was primarily focused on showcasing music, however this year it will include a one night only comedy show, club after parties, the introduction of Victor George Vodka, and an overall impactful message to share.

Theodore “Wildman Teddy T” Taylor, on-air personality and founder of “A Nu Foundation Trust”, has partnered with several Florida Fleet DJ’s at radio stations, nightclubs, and businesses to put on a successful tour. It will travel through various cities with the intention of educating people on the use of medical marijuana for health benefits and positive economic influence in communities. All of this will also be integrated in the upcoming docu-series, “Walk on the Wildside”.

We’ve been getting high from marijuana for years. Now we are creating a positive purpose for this healing instrument, so that people can help in its preservation. Let’s stay healthy to get wealthy.”

Wildman Teddy T

The Lit Lounge Tour launched back in March of 2020 in Plantation, FL and traveled to Miami Gardens with a pop up event. You can relive the latest tour dates here. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about medical marijuana from a variety of marijuana vendors and enthusiasts. The tour is set to stop in Jacksonville this Friday at Eva’s Sports Bar and Grill (736 A Philip Randolph Blvd). Additional tour dates will be released soon for cities like Gainesville, Tallahassee, Miami, and many more.

If interested, you can bring the Lit Lounge Tour to your city by contacting A Nu Foundation Trust at 775-773-8133. Click here to buy and/or register to perform.

SPONSORED BY EVA’S BAR & GRILL | KABOOM HOLY | VICTOR GEORGE VODKA | FLEET DJS | SFMR | MP3WAXX | IHEARTRADIO | STRONG CONTENT PRODUCTIONS | THE WAKEUP COMPANY

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Let’s Talk King of Kentucky | @est.gee

If I ain’t a young shiner then what do you call that?”

@est.gee

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Earlier this year the “Bigger Than Life or Death” rapper was cited countless times as one of 2021’s breakout rap stars, and rightfully so. Signed to Yo Gotti’s CMG, EST Gee is credited doing features with the best of them – Lil Baby, Moneybagg Yo, Future, Lil Durk, and 42 Dugg just to name a few. People love EST Gee because he raps about some pretty dark topics, but in a way that truly embodies modern musicality.

We ain’t got no pro team in Louisville, this a brick town”

EST Gee

Now, most people who think of Louisville, Kentucky think of bourbon, racehorses, and Muhammad Ali. Lately in the 20’s, Jack Harlow and now EST Gee, have been running the Bluegrass State. Admittedly, I was not a fan at first, but I rooted for him anyway because we’re originally from the same city. It caught my attention listening to his collab with Moneybagg, which is one of my favorites in the game right now, but still I wasn’t convinced he was the star that Yo Gotti was making him out to be. I recently got a chance to really review the album and honestly, I was upset with myself for sleeping on him for so long. I did some further research and had a fan girl moment when I found out that his birthday is the day before mine – he’s automatically my favorite.

On a more serious note, the “young shiner” was described as being “apathetic” towards his fast rising career. I won’t quote it as a zodiac attribute, because like he said in a Pitchfork interview, “He’s seen it all and thought of it all.” When you get the chance to travel as much as he has, you realize that everywhere is really the same – some places are just flashier or more hood or country than the next. EST Gee has the potential to make it all the way. He used to play football before his rap career took off and let’s just say “he’s good at everything he does.”

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